The Draper City Mayor’s Youth Council provides youth an opportunity to increase their knowledge of civic education through practical, hands-on experience. The Youth Council is composed of students in 9 - 12 grades who are charged with representing youth in the City. The Mayor’s Youth Council will:
Involve youth in local government through participation in Draper Youth Council committees
Increase volunteerism among youth in civic affairs
Enhance civic education
Apply to Serve on the Draper City Mayor's Youth Council
New Applicants — An email will be coming by the end of the week of May 5 for signup times to meet the Mayor on either May 9 or 12. Business dress is required.
Returning Applicants — An email will be sent toward the end of May; interviews with the Mayor and Executive Board will take place in the middle of May.
Interviews with Mayor Walker will be held in May. Applicants will be contacted to schedule an interview if their application is accepted. Click here to apply.
Apply to Serve on the Executive Board
Executive Board interviews will be held on May 18.
Applicants desiring to serve on the Executive Board must be in grades 10 - 12, maintain a minimum GPA of 3.0, have served on the Youth Council for at least one year, attend all Executive Board meetings, and must not be a member of another conflicting Draper City organization (i.e., Miss Draper).
Executive Committee interviews will be held in May. Click here to apply.
The Draper City Mayor's Youth Council volunteers at City events. For 2023, this includes:
Spring Egg Hunt (April 8)
Draper Days Children's Bike Parade (July 11)
Draper Days (July 14 & 15)
International Arts & Crafts Festival (September 16)